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強調, きょうちょう

  • kyōchō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • emphasis
  • highlight
  • stress
  • stressed point

Examples of 強調,きょうちょう in a Sentence

It is most important to emphasize that none of these processes are conscious.
He stressed the convenient aspects of city life.
He emphasized the importance of peace.
The teacher particularly emphasized that point.
He put great emphasis on this point.
The importance of this matter cannot be over-emphasized.
He emphasised carrying out promises made to the people, but he failed to uphold many commitments.
The doctor emphasized that the patient had only a few days.
It should be emphasized that Emmet's theory yielded a number of byproducts in the process of application.
It should be stressed that we are often influenced by advertising without being aware of it.

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